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Confused (or curious) on how to determine the true cost of moving your data center workloads to the cloud?
In this on-demand event, Microsoft and Interlink Cloud Advisors walk you through our key methodology for evaluating which workloads you should move, their dependencies, and how to price out workloads for Azure.
During this online event, we'll review what is possible with Azure, where other clients are finding positive ROI after their move to the cloud, and:
- Pricing scenarios, major options, and creating accurate estimates
- Determining ROI factors
- Moving to the cloud when you have physical hardware that you need to maintain
- Cloud vs On-Premises
- Leveraging Microsoft Funding: How to leverage Microsoft paid for assessments and proof of concepts
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About the author
Mike Wilson brings over 18 years of technology experience to Interlink. Prior to joining Interlink, he served as a Director of Technology for a mid-size insurance company and has led multiple consulting practices to substantial growth. In those roles, Mike delivered tremendous value for his customers by designing and implementing scalable, reliable and business aligned solutions. Mike’s focus at Interlink is on leveraging the power of the Microsoft cloud to streamline IT operations in a way that reduces cost and allows businesses to refocus on core operations. He plays a key role in architecting projects and ensuring high standards in service delivery across the Interlink team. Mike earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of Cincinnati and is a proud graduate of St. Xavier High School. He is active in a number of local non-profits and has served on multiple non-profit boards and in executive leadership.
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